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    RESTORING KEW GARDENS

    Kew Gardens, on the banks of the River Thames in southwest London, represents 250 years of landscape and garden history. The site also houses 40 historically significant buildings, including Kew Palace, Queen Charlotte's Cottage, and the Palm House.

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    MOSHE SAFDIE IN ISRAEL

    Israeli-born architect Moshe Safdie is well known for structures on the American continent, including his pioneering Habitat '67 in Montreal. This residential complex with distinctive stacking blocks has widely influenced thinking about urbanism and building systems.

    Safdie has also continued to work in his native country. He spends one week a month at his practice in Jerusalem, where he has designed numerous public and private buildings of note.

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    Junk' Buildings Culture Wasting Young Talent — Opinion at Scotsman Online, 2002.0928

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    More Proof that Small Is, Indeed, Beautiful — Book Review at AIA Architect, 2002.0927

    Assisi Frescoes Rise from the Rubble — BBC News, 2002.0926

    The Decorated Duck — City Pages, 2002.0925

    Support for Design of $14m Waterfront Plan — Mercury, 2002.0925

    Architects in Build-Up to Design Prize — Scotsman Online, 2002.0924

    A 1930 Church, With a Skyscraper Hotel on Top — New York Times, 2002.0922

    Building Must Speak, but Not Too Loud — Opinion at Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, 2002.0922

    1 Subdivision, 36 Architects With a Modernist Flair — New York Times, 2002.0922

    'The Perfect House': Palladio's Domestic Architecture — New York Times, 2002.0922

    Los Angeles Cathedral Stands as a Concrete Example of Invention — Opinion at Boston Globe, 2002.0922

    An Architect Who's All Heart — Australian Sunday Times, 2002.0922

    Dome, Sweet Dome — Guardian Unlimited, 2002.0921

    Dumb Things Firms Do in Recruiting — ZweigWhite press release, 2002.0920

    New Haven Transformed into Museum of Architecture — Yale University press release, 2002.0919

    Encouraging Innovation by Ending Isolation — Boston Globe, 2002.0918

    Richard Foster, Modernist Architect, Dies at 83 — Stamford Advocate, 2002.0917

    'Tribute in Light' Is All We Need — Opinion at Los Angeles Times, 2002.0916

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